4 stocks up 1 down on TTSE on Tuesday

Stocks mostly rose in trading on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange on Tuesday, with trading in 12 securities against 12 on Monday, with 4 advancing, 1 declining and 7 remaining unchanged.
The market ended trading of 54,899 shares at a value of $524,117, compared to 360,703 shares at a value of $3,202,642 changing hands on Monday and ended with 18 securities changing hands, similar to the number trading on Monday.
Trading closed, with the Composite Index rising 0.10 points to 1,232.93, the All T&T Index gained 0.59 points to 1,699.99, while the Cross Listed Index shed 0.06 points to close at 103.01.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading closed with 4 stocks ending with higher bids than the last selling prices and 3 with lower offers.
Stocks to Watch include, a number of them that are exhibiting bullish tendencies and may be moving higher in the days ahead, the group are, Agostini’s, Ansa McAl, Republic Holdings, Point Lisas and West Indian Tobacco.
Stocks closing with gains| Clico Investments gained 2 cents and settled at $20.20, with 9,496 stock units changing hands, First Citizens closed with an increase of 7 cents to end at $32.75, after exchanging 822 shares, Grace Kennedy rose 3 cents and settled at $2.78, with 750 stock units changing hands and Sagicor Financial closed with a rise of 1 cent at $7.52, with 17,007 stock units changing hands.
Stocks closing with losses| JMMB Group closed with a loss of 1 cent and completed trading at $1.61, after exchanging 14,715 shares.
Stocks trading with no price change| Guardian Holdings concluded trading of 5,000 units at $16.90, Massy Holdings completed trading at $46.92, after exchanging 614 shares, National Flour concluded market activity with 5,306 units being traded at $1.70, Scotiabank ended at $64.75, trading 219 units, Trinidad & Tobago NGL ended at $29.50, after exchanging 169 shares, Trinidad Cement completed trading at $2.65, after exchanging 708 shares and West Indian Tobacco concluded trading of 93 units at $90.
Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

Major shake up in Junior Market Top 10

The Junior market tumbled 5 percent during the past week and shook up the TOP 10 stock list resulting in Caribbean Cream that fell out of the list last week coming back in along with tTech, Jamaica Teas and Lasco Manufacturing with a fall in price to $3, also returned to the TOP list.
Medical Disposables moved up in price from $6.50 to $7.20 at the end of the week to exit the TOP 10. Honey Bun inched up in price and was eased out and so was Dolphn Cove that moved into the list last week and Lasco Distributors this past week. In the main market Barita Investments hit a new high during the week and moved on to be replaced by JMMB Group that closed the week at $32 after opening at $35.01.
Iron Rock moved back into the TOP 10, last week reported a small profit of $1 million in the third quarter, up from a loss of $14 million in the 29017 third quarter and a loss of $7.6 million for the nine months versus a loss of $60 million in 2017. Caribbean Cream fell at the end of the week to $5 is now showing potential gains of 160 percent and follows Paramount with 173 percent, that reported lower first quarter profits of $7 million compared to $34 million in 2017, from increased revenues but with a foreign exchange loss eating up $18 million of the 2018 income. In the main market Caribbean Cement with potential gains of 120 percent leads the main market stocks in attractiveness, followed by Wisynco with likely gains of 114 percent.
The main market closed the week with the overall PE slipping to 16 from 16.3 from the previous week, the PE of the Junior market moved up to 16.4 from 15.8 at the close of the prior week.
The PE ratio for Junior Market Top 10 stocks average 9.2 and the main market PE is now 9.8.
The TOP 10 stocks now trade at an average discount of 44 percent to the average for the Junior Market Top stocks but it’s a third of what the average PE for the year is likely to be of 20 times earnings. The main market stocks trade at a discount of 39 percent to the overall market.
TOP 10 stocks are likely to deliver the best returns within a 12 months period. Stocks are selected based on projected earnings for each company’s current fiscal year. Based on an assumed PE for each, the likely gains are determined and then ranked, with the stocks with the highest potential gains ranked first followed by the rest, in descending order. Potential values will change as stock prices fluctuate and will result in movements of the selection in and out of the lists for most weeks. Earnings per share are revised on an ongoing basis based on new information received that can result in changes in and out of the list as well.

More gains for JSE on Monday

The Jamaica Stock Exchange main market closed higher on Monday with 6 securities rising and 14 declining, resulting from 32 securities trading, including 2 in the US dollar market, compared to 27 trading on Friday.
At the close, as the All Jamaica Composite Index rose 1,422.50 points to close at 399,162.94 and the JSE Index advanced 1,296.05 points to close at 363,682.62.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 7 stocks ending with bids higher than the last selling prices and 5 closing with lower offers.
Trading ended with 5,670,913 units valued at $98,003,071 compared with 10,008,495 units valued at $182,444,407 changing hands, on Friday.
Trading closed with Mayberry Jamaican Equities leading with 3,520,660 units and 62 percent of the day’s volume, followed by Carreras trading 565,510 shares or 10 percent of the day’s volume and Kingston Wharves with 265,590 units and 4.7 percent of volume traded.
Trading resulted in an average of 189,030 units valued at over $3,266,769, in contrast to 400,340 shares valued at $7,297,776 on Friday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to 337,978 shares, valued $6,091,383 and previously 348,491 shares, valued $6,304.830. September closed, with an average of 1,022,243 shares valued $15,752,876, for each security traded.
In the main market activity, Caribbean Cement dropped $2.71 to finish at $46.01, trading 13,702 shares, Grace Kennedy lost $1 and ended trading of 219,329 shares at $58, Jamaica Broilers lost $1.50 in trading 50,860 stock units to close at $28.50, Jamaica Producers lost $2.75 to close of $27 with 8,968 units changing hands, JMMB Group jumped $2.45 and ended at $34 trading 10,022 shares, Kingston Wharves fell $5.50 in exchanging 265,590 stock units, to close at $75, Mayberry Jamaican Equities dropped $1.25 to settle at $11.75 with 3,520,660 units trading, NCB Financial Group jumped $14 and ended at $125, trading 171,031 shares, PanJam Investment dropped $1 to $62 trading 10,732 shares, Sagicor Group fell 50 cent to $46, trading 18,940 shares, Salada Foods climbed $3.10 to end trading 200 stock units at $24.90, Sagicor Real Estate Fund lost 35 cents to close at $13.25, trading 91,219 shares, Stanley Motta dropped 80 cents, trading 30,100 units to close at an all-time low of $4.20, Supreme Ventures declined by 51 cents to end at $17, with 57,512 shares changing hands and Victoria Mutual Investments fell 40 cents and concluded trading of 142,057 stock units at $4.10.
Trading in the US dollar market closed with 8,656 units valued at US$1,452 changing hands as Proven Investments ended trading 5,000 to close at 21 US cents and Sygnus Credit Investments US dollar ordinary share traded 3,656 units to end at 11 US cents. The JSE USD Equities Index closed unchanged at 164.66.

Junior Market regains 79 points

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The Junior Market Index jumped 78.84 points on Monday to close at 3,320.58, with 23 securities traded versus 26 on Friday as 8 advanced, 8 declined and 8 remained unchanged, compared to Friday with the trading of 26 securities.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading jumped sharply to 8 stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices, while 3 closed with lower offers.
The market closed. 1,064,667 units valued at $4,531,797 compared to 1,069,876 units valued at $5,375,641 on Friday.
Trading ended with an average of 46,290 units for an average of $197,035 in contrast to 41,149 units for an average of $206,755 on Friday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to 72,158 units valued at $331,468 and 83,015 units valued at $339,541, previously. September, ended with an average of 484,335 at $2,628,299 for each security traded.
At the close of trading, Blue Power concluded trading of 10,000 units and rose 20 cents higher to $6.50, CAC 2000 finished with a loss of 1 cent at $17, trading 20,100 shares, Caribbean Producers finished trading 210 units at $6.75, Consolidated Bakeries closed with a loss of 30 cents at $2, in exchanging 60,307 shares, Derrimon Trading ended at $2.82, with 31,267 shares changing hands. Dolphin Cove concluded trading of 451 shares after rising $1 to $17, Elite Diagnostic finished with a loss of 10 cents at $3.40, with the trading of 21,494 stock units, Everything Fresh shed 20 cents in trading 111,715 shares to close at record low of $1.80, Express Catering ended trading of 5,000 shares, gaining 50 cents to $8.50, General Accident finished trading 1,503 shares at $3.95. Honey Bun ended at $4, with an exchange of 85,000 units, Indies Pharma fell 14 cents to end at $2.86 with 109,876 shares changing hands. Iron Rock concluded trading of 255,300 shares and rose 20 cents to close at $4.70, Jamaican Teas settled at $4, with 10,750 shares changing hands, Jetcon Corporation ended trading 99,501 stock units, 45 cents higher at $3.90, after hitting a 52 weeks’ low of $3.40 earlier in the trading session. KLE Group finished trading 23,665 shares with a loss of 5 cents at $3.75, Knutsford Express closed at $12, in exchanging 1,222 shares, Lasco Distributors ended with a loss of 6 cents at $4, trading 90,053 shares, Lasco Financial concluded trading 15 cents higher at $5.45, with 63,985 stock units. Lasco Manufacturing finished trading 3,400 units after rising 76 cents higher to $3.76, Main Event settled with a loss of 10 cents at $5.95, with 31,000 shares changing hands, Paramount Trading closed 30 cents higher at $2.50, exchanging 1,000 shares and Stationery and Office finished trading 27,868 stock units at $9.50.
Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

Just 1 gain for TTSE on Monday

Stocks mostly rose in trading on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange on Monday, with trading in 16 securities against 17 on Friday, with 1 advancing, 8 declining and 7 remaining unchanged.
The market ended trading of 360,703 shares at a value of $3,202,642 compared to 276,756 shares at a value of $7,002,384 changing hands on Friday and ended with 18 securities changing hands, similar to the number trading on Friday.
Trading closed, with the Composite Index declining 0.32 points to 1,232.83, the All T&T Index fell 0.68 points to 1,699.40, while the Cross Listed Index added just 0.01 points to close at 103.07.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading closed with 6 stocks ending with higher bids than the last selling prices and 2 with lower offers.
Stocks to Watch include, a number of them that are exhibiting bullish tendencies and may be moving higher in the days ahead, the group are, Agostini’s, Ansa McAl, Republic Holdings and Point Lisas.
Stocks closing with gains| Republic Financial Holdings gained 35 cents and concluded trading at a 52 weeks’ high of $106.35, after exchanging 135 shares.
Stocks closing with losses| Clico Investments fell 17 cents and ended at $20.18, with 1,604 stock units changing hands, Guardian Holdings closed with a loss of 2 cents and completed trading at $16.90, with 12,000 units, JMMB Group shed 1 cent and ended at $1.62, after exchanging 5,176 shares, National Enterprises lost 5 cents and ended at $8.96, with 3,246 stock units changing hands, NCB Financial Group ended trading 5 cents lower and settled at $6.10, after exchanging 21,100 shares, Sagicor Financial concluded trading with a loss of 4 cents and ended at $7.51, with 2,000 stock units changing hands, Scotiabank ended with a loss of 10 cents and completed trading at $64.75, with 240 units and Trinidad Cement shares fell 5 cents to $2.65, after exchanging 50 shares.
Stocks trading with no price change| Angostura Holdings ended at $15.75, with a mere 2 stock units changing hands, Ansa Mcal completed trading at $55.50, with 2,336 units, First Citizens settled at $32.68, after exchanging 180 shares, Massy Holdings closed at $46.92, after exchanging 366 shares, National Flour completed trading at $1.70, with 50 units, Prestige Holdings traded 300,330 units at $7.50 and Trinidad & Tobago NGL settled at $29.50, after exchanging 11,888 shares.
Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

Junior Market down 5% in 4 days

 

The Junior Market Index declined again on Friday, dropping 41.51 and bringing the losses since Tuesday to 171.12 points or 5 percent as the market closed the week at 3,241.74. IC bid-offer Indicator suggest that the market could bounce big on Monday.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading jumped sharply to 13 stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices, while 4 closed with lower offers.
The market closed with 26 securities changing hands as 9 advanced, 9 declined and 8 remained unchanged, compared to Thursday with the trading of 29 securities. Investors swapped 1,069,876 units valued at $5,375,641, compared to 1,535,498 units valued at $7,110,385 on Thursday.
Trading ended with an average of 41,149 units for an average of $206,755 in contrast to 66,761 units for an average of $309,147 on Thursday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to 83,015 units valued at $339,541 and 76,083 units valued at $349,211, previously. September, ended with an average of 484,335 at $2,628,299 for each security traded.
At the close of trading, Access Financial closed at $45.50, after exchanging 126 shares, Blue Power concluded trading 30 cents higher at $6.30, with 3,000 units, CAC 2000 finished at $18, with 5,278 shares trading, Caribbean Cream dropped $1.95 and ended trading 12,577 shares to close at $4.80, Caribbean Flavours traded with a loss of 1.50 cents at $17, with 10,000 stock units. Caribbean Producers finished trading 13,101 units with a loss of 14 cents at $6.75, Derrimon Trading ended 2 cents higher at $2.82, after exchanging 99,114 shares, Elite Diagnostic finished 10 cents higher at $3.50, with 21,229 stock units changing hands, Everything Fresh gained 10 cents in trading 7,903 shares to close at $2, Express Catering ended trading with a loss of 30 cents at $8, in exchanging 324,956 shares. FosRich Group traded 10,694 shares and rose 20 cents higher to $3.90, General Accident finished trading 1,400 shares at $3.95, GWest Corporation closed at $1.80, with an exchange of 26,475 stock units, Honey Bun ended at $4, with 19,254 units changing hands. Indies Pharma rose 30 cents to end at $3 with 86,875 shares changing hands. Jamaican Teas settled with a loss of 20 cents at $4, with 21,360 shares trading, Jetcon Corporation ended trading 131,851 stock units with a loss of 5 cents to end at $3.45, Knutsford Express closed 50 cents higher at $12, with 3,428 shares changing hands, Lasco Distributors ended 6 cents higher at $4.06, after exchanging 20,209 shares. Lasco Financial concluded trading 14,722 stock units to close at $5.30, Lasco Manufacturing finished with a loss of 30 cents to close at a 52 weeks’ low of $3, trading 226,840 units, Medical Disposables ended trading 1,000 shares with a loss of 29 cents at $7.20, Paramount Trading closed market activity with 1,084 shares trading to end 5 cents higher at $2.20. SSL Venture Capital traded 2,000 shares at $2, Stationery and Office finished trading 500 stock units with a loss of 40 cents to close at $9.50 and tTech ended at $5, with 4,800 shares changing hands.
Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

Modest recovery for JSE majors – Friday

NCB stock jumped $14 on Friday partially offsetting the $17.40 fall on Thursday.

The Jamaica Stock Exchange main market closed on Friday with modest gains with 9 securities rising and 10 declining, the day after the worse fall in the market on Thursday.
At the close, 27 securities traded, including 2 in the US dollar market, compared to 35 trading on Thursday as the All Jamaica Composite Index rose 551.83 points to 397,740.44 and the JSE Index advanced 502.78 points to close at 362,386.57.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 7 stocks ending with bids higher than the last selling prices and 5 closing with lower offers.
Trading ended with 10,008,495 units valued at $182,444,407 changing hands, compared with 5,646,169 units valued at $146,430,983 on Thursday.
Trading closed with Wisynco Group leading with 6,729,950 units and 67 percent of the day’s volume, followed by Scotia Group trading 1,233,547 shares or 12 percent of the day’s volume and Victoria Mutual Investments with 631,604 units and 7 percent of volume traded.
Trading resulted in an average of 400,340 units valued at over $7,297,776, in contrast to 188,206 shares valued at $4,881,033 on Thursday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to 348,491 shares, valued $6,304.830 and previously 345,251 shares, valued $6,238,100. September closed, with an average of 1,022,243 shares valued $15,752,876, for each security traded.
In the main market activity, Grace Kennedy rose 45 cents and ended trading of 97,439 shares at $59, Jamaica Broilers lost $1.70 in trading 30,918 stock units to close at $30, Jamaica Producers rose 25 cents to close of $29.75 with 32,600 units changing hands, Kingston Wharves fell 55 cents in exchanging 15,115 stock units, to close at $80.50, Mayberry Investments rose 38 cents to settle at $11 with 41,697 units trading, NCB Financial Group jumped $14 and ended at $125, trading 171,031 shares, PanJam Investment dropped $1 to $63 trading 24,672 shares, Sagicor Group jumped $3.70 to $46.50, trading 81,893 shares, Sagicor Real Estate Fund lost 40 cents to close at $13.60, trading 58,292 shares, Scotia Group dropped 92 cents, trading 1,233,547 units to close at $52.08, Supreme Ventures gained 51 cents to end at $17.51, with 64,060 shares changing hands and Victoria Mutual Investments rose 50 cents and concluded trading of 725,534 stock units at $4.50.
Trading in the US dollar market closed with 54,400 units valued at US$6,924 changing hands as Proven Investments ended trading 9,400 to close at 21 US cents and Sygnus Credit Investments US dollar ordinary share traded 45,000 units to end at 11 US cents. The JSE USD Equities Index rose 1.98 and closed at 164.66.

Fluid price movements on TTSE on Friday

Stocks mostly rose in trading on the Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange on Friday, with the price of 6 security rising, 4 declining and 8 remaining unchanged.
The market ended trading of 276,756 shares at a value of $7,002,384 compared to 143,335 shares at a value of $2,574,472 changing hands on Thursday and ended with 18 securities changing hands, similar to the number trading on Thursday.
Trading closed, with the Composite Index declining 1.51 points to 1,233.15, the All T&T Index rose 1.10 points to 1,700.08, while the Cross Listed Index declined 0.57 points to close at 103.06.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading closed with 5 stocks ending with higher bids than the last selling prices and 3 with lower offers. The market closed with a number of stocks exhibiting a posture for moving higher in the days ahead, the group are, Agostini’s, Ansa McAl, Republic Holdings, Point Lisas, Trinidad and Tobago NGL and West Indian Tobacco with a 3 for 1 stock split to come to make the stock more attractive for investors to trade.

Watch Witco stock in coming days

Stocks closing with gains| Clico Investments gained 35 cents and ended at $20.35, with 525 stock units changing hands, Guardian Holdings added 2 cents and completed trading of 500 units at $16.92, National Enterprises increased 4 cents and ended at $9.01, with 770 stock units changing hands, Republic Financial Holdings rose 5 cents and ended trading at $106, after exchanging 48,007 shares, Scotiabank closed with a gain of 5 cents in trading 3,700 units at $64.85 and Trinidad & Tobago NGL gained 10 cents and settled at $29.50, exchanging 1,000 shares.
Stocks closing with losses| First Caribbean International Bank traded with a loss of 10 cents at $8.40, trading 7,500 units, First Citizens fell 7 cents and settled at $32.68, after exchanging 4,135 shares, Prestige Holdings closed with a loss of 4 cents and completed trading 2,663 units at a 52 weeks’ low of $7.50 and Sagicor Financial shed 14 cents and ended at $7.55 with 70,472 stock units changing hands.
Stocks trading with no price change| Angostura Holdings ended at $15.75, with 500 stock units changing hands, Ansa Merchant settled at $38.25, after exchanging 3,000 shares, Calypso Macro Index Fund traded 800 shares to close at $15.81, JMMB Group ended at $1.63, after exchanging 7,500 shares, National Flour completed trading at $1.70, with 15,928 units changing hands, NCB Financial Group settled at $6.15, after exchanging 108,531 shares, Trinidad Cement concluded at $2.70, in exchanging 962 shares and West Indian Tobacco completed trading of 263 units at $90.
Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.

Worse fall in JSE history – Thursday

The Jamaica Stock Exchange main market had the largest fall ever as Scotia Group fell $3.01 and NCB Financial dived $17.40, as 15 stocks declined, 10 rose and 10 held firm and making big dents into the market indices on Thursday.
At the close, the All Jamaica Composite Index diving 12,616.74 points to close at 397,188.61 and the JSE Index declined by 11,495.27 points to close at 361,883.79.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Choice bid-offer indicator reading shows 6 stocks ending with bids higher than the last selling prices and 6 closing with lower offers.
A total of 35 securities traded including 5 in the US dollar market, compared to 32 trading on Wednesday.
Trading ended with 5,646,169 units valued at $146,430,983 changing hands, compared with 3,255,602 units valued at $64,853,916 on Wednesday.
Trading closed with Carreras leading with 1,796,079 units and 31.8 percent of the day’s volume, followed by Victoria Mutual Investments with 631,604 units and 11.2 percent of volume traded and Caribbean cement trading 621,915 units or 11 percent of the day’s volume.
Trading resulted in an average of 188,206 units valued at over $4,881,033, in contrast to 101,738 shares valued at $2,026,685 on Wednesday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to 345,251 shares, valued $6,238,100 and previously, 357,984 shares, valued $6,357,141. September closed, with an average of 1,022,243 shares valued $15,752,876, for each security traded.
In the main market activity, Barita Investments climbed $1 to close at a record high of $21, with 6,500 shares trading, Caribbean Cement lost $1.23 in trading 621,915 units to close at $48.72, Grace Kennedy lost 75 cents and ended trading 4,193 shares at $58.55, Jamaica Broilers lost 50 cents to close at $31.50, with 30,918 stock units changing hands, Kingston Wharves fell $1.02 in exchanging 57,215 stock units, to close at $81.05, Mayberry Investments lost 59 cents and settled at $10.62, with 57,215 units, Mayberry Jamaican Equities traded 177,801 to close at a record high of $13 after 177,801 shares were traded, NCB Financial Group dropped $17.40 and ended at $111, trading 498,447 shares, 138 Students Living lost 79 cents while trading 3,100 shares and closed at $3.81, Pulse Investments added 50 cents to $3, trading 100,000 shares, Sagicor Group rose 77 cents to $42.80, trading 10,679 shares, Salada Foods lost $3.15 and ended trading at $21.80, with 7,950 stock units, Scotia Group dropped $3.01 trading 271,275 units to close at $53, Seprod jumped $3.40 and finished trading at $39, with 6,440 shares changing hands, Stanley Motta rose 45 cent in closing at $5 trading 3,555 shares and Supreme Ventures fell 51 cents to end at $17, with 222,000 shares changing hands.
Trading in the US dollar market closed with 147,541 units valued at $214,248 changing hands as JMMB Group 5.75% preference shares traded 100,000 units and gained 5 cents to end at $2.05, JMMB Group 6% preference shares traded 177 units and lost 1 cent to end at $1.07, Productive Business Solution lost 4 cents in trading 171 shares to end at 55 cents, Proven Investments ended trading with 41,883 to close at 21 US cents and Sygnus Credit Investments US dollar ordinary share traded 5,310 units to end at 11 US cents. The JSE USD Equities Index declined by 5.10 points to 162.68.

Junior Market drops 130 points in 3 days

The Junior Market Index dropped 129.61 points in three day including a drop of 63.02 on Thursday to close at 3,283.25 after 23 securities changed hands as just 4 securities advanced, 11 declined and 8 remained unchanged.
The market closed with an exchange of 1,535,498 units valued at $7,110,385, compared to 2,186,515 units valued at $8,022,205 on Wednesday from 29 securities that traded.
Trading ended with an average of 66,761 units for an average of $309,147 in contrast to 78,090 units for an average of $286,507 on Wednesday. The average volume and value for the month to date amounts to 76,083 units valued at $349,211 and 76,725 units valued at $351,970, previously. September, ended with an average of 484,335 at $2,628,299 for each security traded.
IC bid-offer Indicator| At the end of trading, the Investor’s Choice bid-offer indicator reading had 4 stocks ending with bids higher than their last selling prices, while 5 closed with lower offers.
At the close of trading, AMG Packaging ended with a loss of 8 cents at $1.82, with 51,277 stock units trading, Blue Power concluded trading with a loss of 50 cents at $6, with 30,062 units, CAC2000 finished with a loss of 2 cents at $18, with 10,000 shares changing hands, Cargo Handlers settled 4 cents higher at $13.49, in exchanging 52,740 shares, Derrimon Trading ended at $2.80, trading 284,353 shares. Elite Diagnostic closed at $3.40, with the swapping of 63,315 stock units, Everything Fresh traded 12,000 shares to close at $1.90, Express Catering ended trading with a loss of 20 cents to $8.30, with 238,377 shares changing hands, FosRich Group traded 37 cents higher at $3.70, with 14,982 shares, General Accident rose 25 cents to $3.95, in trading 2,100 shares. GWest Corporation closed with a loss of 10 cents at $1.80, with 22,918 stock units changing hands, Honey Bun ended at $4, trading 308 units, Indies Pharma lost 30 cents to end at $3 with 103,634 shares changing hands. Iron Rock concluded trading of 14,500 shares at $4.50, Jamaican Teas settled 40 cents higher at $4.20, with 4,500 shares changing hand. Jetcon Corporation ended trading of 137,500 stock units at $3.50, but only after trading at a 52 weeks’ low of $3.45. Knutsford Express closed at $11.50, with 10,100 shares trading, Lasco Distributors ended with a loss of 10 cents at $4, with 189,009 shares changing hands, Lasco Financial concluded trading of 28,860 stock units with a loss of 5 cents at $5.30. Lasco Manufacturing finished with a loss of 42 cents at $3.30, in swapping of 251,408 units, Paramount Trading closed with 3,600 shares trading with a loss of 60 cents at $2.15, SSL Venture Capital traded 9,500 shares at $2 and Stationery and Office finished trading with a loss of 8 cents at $9.90, with 455 stock units changing hands.
Prices of securities trading for the day are those at which the last trade took place.